Below you will find a quick nutrient profiles of popular sprouts. These sprouts when planted become microgreens. Unlike sprouts, only the green shoot or grass is consumed/juiced. Sprouts are consumed whole. The main nutrient difference between a microgreen and sprout is that a microgreen contains minimal starch, lower calories and a lot more chlorophyll.
Depending on your digestive health, a sprout may be difficult to digest compared to a microgreen. The higher fiber levels and concentrated starch may have a lot to do with that. On the other hand go ahead and try sprouting at home and see for yourself. Sprouts are awesome in general!
For a much more in depth description of health benefits click here and then the microgreen of interest to you! Im adding info still so not all of them have a link yet.
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